Pregnant 25 weeks plus 4 days, the abdominal blood glucose is 5.3. The doctor asked me to review next week. Do I only need to review the fasting value, or do I need to drink sugar water to recheck? Also, is it normal for me to increase by 10 kg a month?
Abnormal, increase too much, fasting blood glucose does not exceed 5.2, need to properly control the total calorie intake, appropriate activities, increase 25-30 kg during the whole pregnancy, and fruits also need to be properly controlled. You can only recheck fasting blood glucose, and you can not recheck if it does not exceed 9.9 after meal, so as to prevent macrosomia and strive for smooth delivery.
At present, if you are pregnant for 25 weeks plus four days, go to the hospital to check your fasting blood glucose for 5.3. Generally, it is recommended that you check your fasting blood glucose regularly. Usually, you should pay attention to your eating habits, eat more fresh vegetables and fruits, avoid spicy, greasy and irritant food, avoid staying up late and tired, and exercise properly
After looking at what you said, at about 25 weeks of pregnancy, the glucose tolerance test was done. The fasting blood glucose was 5.3, exceeding the normal value of 5.1, and the postprandial blood glucose was within a reasonable range. This situation really needs to be rechecked next week. The glucose tolerance test of drinking sugar water should be done, which is more accurate. Another problem is that it is not normal for you to gain 10 kilograms a month, which will also lead to your high blood sugar. For normal pregnant women for 25 weeks, they generally increase by 0.5 kilograms a week, or two kilograms a month. Your weight increases too fast. It is recommended to control your diet appropriately.